Review - Venus Clone

  • Originally reviewed on March 31, 2012

  • Pros: Best toy around...period!

  • Cons: Heavy for a hand-held

  • Original Score under RPP 3 rules: 40 / 40

  • Revised Score: 25 / 25


I already described the Venus series of masturbators - big, heavy, and awesomely good! The Cross melted my little friend, the Real made me fuck it while I was sleep, so when I used the Clone, I already had great expectations - and again the Venus surpassed them!

The Clone has an internal tunnel completely covered in the infamously good dots, plus a swollen G-spot to pressure and caress your penis in every thrust. The dots and the G-spot were indications of a stimulating masturbator and the fact that I got this pussy in the Hard firmness promised exciting sessions - and again the Venus delivered!

As expected, the Venus Clone provided feedback immediately after I penetrated it. I am already familiarized to the sensations from the dots (TOMAX uses the same dots in the Succubus and the Venus Cross), but this was the first time I got them in the Hard firmness level. My GOD! This dots simply invited me to go deeper and I complied to find the G-spot. Explaining how good this rubber pussy feels won't give justice to this toy. It is THAT DAMN GOOD! I had the most intense orgasms I had in a while... and that is not counting the session I had with this toy and a prostate massager. That one was a religious experience.

Verdict: I think it is the first time I give a perfect score - even for a toy that takes a while to dry. The reality is that I liked the Clone so much that I don't mind having to drying it manually after each use. If you want a meiki like the Maria Ozawa or the ZXY and do not have the $80 they cost, spend just $50 and get one of the best toys in the market. Want a meiki? Just order the Soft firmness and go to town...

Revised RPP Score: 25 / 25

Feedback: 5 / 5

Orgasm Build Up: 5 / 5

Realism: 5 / 5

Durability: 5 / 5

Value: 5 / 5


NOTE: The prices given for TOMAX products only apply to the USA. European readers of The Casquetero Files had pointed that in Europe, the prices are three times higher than in the USA.



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